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mQX
RTF
READY-TO-FLY
NOTICE
All instructions, warranties and other collateral documents are subject to change at the sole discretion of
Horizon Hobby, Inc. For up-to-date product literature, visit horizonhobby.com and click on the support tab for this
product.
Meaning of Special Language
The following terms are used throughout the product literature to indicate various levels of potential harm when
operating this product:
NOTICE: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create a possibility of physical property damage AND a little
or no possibility of injury.
CAUTION: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of physical property damage AND a
possibility of serious injury.
WARNING: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of property damage, collateral
damage, and serious injury OR create a high probability of superficial injury.
WARNING: Read the ENTIRE instruction manual to become familiar with the features of the product before
operating. Failure to operate the product correctly can result in damage to the product, personal property
and cause serious injury.
This is a sophisticated hobby product. It must be operated with caution and common sense and requires some
basic mechanical ability. Failure to operate this Product in a safe and responsible manner could result in injury
or damage to the product or other property. This product is not intended for use by children without direct adult
supervision. Do not attempt disassembly, use with incompatible components or augment product in any way
without the approval of Horizon Hobby, Inc. This manual contains instructions for safety, operation and maintenance. It is essential to read and follow all the instructions and warnings in the manual, prior to assembly, setup
or use, in order to operate correctly and avoid damage or serious injury.
Age Recommendation: Not for children under 14
years. This is not a toy.
Safety Precautions and Guidelines
• Always keep a safe distance in all directions around
your model to avoid collisions or injury. This model
is controlled by a radio signal subject to interference
from many sources outside your control. Interference
can cause momentary loss of control.
• Always operate your model in open spaces away
from full-size vehicles, traffic and people.
• Always carefully follow the directions and warnings
for this and any optional support equipment (chargers, rechargeable battery packs, etc.).
• Never place any portion of the model in your mouth
as it could cause serious injury or even death.
• Never operate your model with low transmitter batteries.
• Always keep aircraft in sight and under control.
• Always move the throttle fully down at rotor strike.
• Always use fully charged batteries.
• Always keep transmitter powered on while aircraft is
powered.
• Always remove batteries before disassembly.
• Always keep moving parts clean.
• Always keep all chemicals, small parts and anything
electrical out of the reach of children.
• Always keep parts dry.
• Always avoid water exposure to all equipment not
specifically designed and protected for this purpose.
Moisture causes damage to electronics.
• Always remove batteries after use.
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• Always let parts cool after use before touching.
• Never operate aircraft with damaged wiring.
• Never touch moving parts.
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Blade® mQX Quad-Copter—a great new Horizon Hobby RC product designed by
experts in RC to make your flying experience as unique as it is rewarding. The mQX comes out of the box completely
assembled and flight tested. If you’ve already moved up through coaxial machines to single-rotor models like the
mSR or 120 SR, you’re going to find the mQX just as stable and predictable. Chances are you’ll feel like a pro after
just a few minutes on the sticks. The mQX also boasts the lightweight durability of carbon fiber propeller shafts and
motor arms. And while it’s certainly small enough to fly indoors, the mQX is also agile enough to fly in the backyard
with a bit of a breeze. You can also adjust its control response rate and sensitivity for extra control authority when
flying indoors or out. And, thanks to 2.4GHz DSM2в„ў radio technology, you can fly several mQX Quad-Copters with
friends without worrying about radio interference.
Before you get started though, you must read this manual. As simple as the Blade mQX is to fly, it’s still a sophisticated Radio Controlled flying machine that has some features and pre-flight checks you’ll need to become familiar
with before you fly. The manual also has some handy flying tips to make your experience easier and more enjoyable.
*Transmitter and AA Batteries not included with BNF Version
Table of Contents
First Flight Preparation....................................4
Flying Checklist..............................................4
Battery Warnings and Guidelines.....................4
Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC).................................4
Battery Charging.............................................5
Transmitter and Receiver Binding....................6
Binding for “X” and “+” Flight Modes..............7
4-in-1 Control Unit Function............................7
Understanding the Primary Flight Controls......8
Dual Rates......................................................8
Flying the mQX...............................................9
Post-Flight Inspections and Maintenance........9
Exploded View and Parts Listings..................10
Troubleshooting Guide..................................12
Limited Warranty..........................................13
Contact Information......................................14
Customer Service Information.......................14
FCC Information............................................15
Compliance Information for the European Union.................................15
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BLH7500
BLH7580
Blade mQX Specifications
Length
292mm (11.49 in) “X” Flying Mode
353mm (13.89 in) “+” Flying Mode
Height
59mm (2.32 in)
Propeller
Diameter
136mm (5.35 in)
Flying
Weight
78 g (2.75 oz)
To register your product online,
visit www.bladehelis.com
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First Flight Preparation
Flying Checklist
• Remove and inspect contents
• Begin charging the flight battery
• Install the flight battery in the Quad-Copter (once it has been fully charged)
• Program your computer transmitter (BNF Only)
• Bind your transmitter (BNF Only)
• Familiarize yourself with the controls
• Find a suitable area for flying
Battery Warnings and Guidelines
вќЏвќЏ Always turn the transmitter on first
вќЏвќЏ Plug the flight battery into the lead from the 4-in-1 control unit
вќЏвќЏ Allow the 4-in-1 control unit to initialize and arm properly
вќЏвќЏ Fly the model
вќЏвќЏ Land the model
вќЏвќЏ Unplug the flight battery from the 4-in-1 control unit
вќЏвќЏ Always turn the transmitter off last
The charger included with the mQX has been designed to safely charge the included Li-Po battery.
CAUTION: All instructions and warnings must be followed exactly. Mishandling of Li-Po batteries can result in
a fire, personal injury, and/or property damage.
• By handling, charging or using the included Li-Po battery, you assume all risks associated with lithium batteries.
• If at any time the battery begins to balloon or swell, discontinue use immediately. If charging or discharging,
discontinue and disconnect. Continuing to use, charge or discharge a battery that is ballooning or swelling can
result in fire.
• Always store the battery at room temperature in a dry area for best results.
• Always transport or temporarily store the battery in a temperature range of 40–120º F. Do not store the battery
or model in a car or direct sunlight. If stored in a hot car, the battery can be damaged or even catch fire.
• NEVER USE AN Ni-Cd OR Ni-MH CHARGER. Failure to charge the battery with a compatible charger may cause a
fire resulting in personal injury and/or property damage.
• Never exceed the recommended charge rate.
• Never discharge Li-Po cells to below 3V under load.
• Never cover warning labels with hook and loop strips.
• Only charge or recharge batteries that are cool to the touch.
Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC)
When a Li-Po battery is discharged below 3V, the battery may become damaged and may no longer accept a charge.
The mQX 4-in-1 control unit protects the flight battery from over-discharge using Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC). Before the
battery charge decreases too much, LVC becomes active. Power to the motors decrease and the LED on the 4-in-1
control unit blinks, showing some battery power is reserved for flight control and safe landing.
When the motor power decreases, please land the aircraft immediately and recharge the flight battery.
Disconnect and remove the Li-Po battery from the aircraft after use to prevent trickle discharge. During storage, make
sure the battery charge does not fall below 3V.
NOTICE: Repeated flying to LVC will damage the battery.
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Installing the Transmitter Batteries
Install AA batteries into transmitter, noting polarity. Replace
the transmitter batteries when the power LED flashes and the
transmitter beeps.
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Battery Charging
Celectraв„ў 1-Cell 3.7V Variable Rate DC Li-Po
Charger
1S 3.7V 500mAh 12C Li-Po Battery Pack (E-flite
EFLB5001S)
The Blade mQX 1S Li-Po battery features a JST connector that allows you to safely charge your battery pack
when used with the included Li-Po charger and charge
adapter. The included flight battery is safe to charge up
to 2C (1.0 Amp).
Use only Horizon Hobby approved battery packs and
chargers compatible with this product.
1. Connect the power supply to an appropriate power
source.
2. Insert the output plug from the power supply into the power input slot of the Variable Rate Charger.
3. Select the appropriate charge current for your
battery by pushing the + or -, which are the smaller buttons to the right and left of the middle button. (When
charging your 500mAh battery, set the charger to 0.7 amps.)
4. Connect the charge adapter to the Charger lead. Match the red dots on both the charge adapter and the
Charger lead.
5. Properly connect the battery to the Charger lead. Match the red dots on both the battery and charger connectors.
6. Press and release the start button on the variable rate charger (the largest button in the middle).
A fully charged flight battery can yield flight times of up to ten minutes.
AC Power Supply Cautions and Guidelines
NEVER attempt to power the charger from an AC outlet without the use of a proper AC to DC adapter/power
supply.
DO NOT connect charged or discharged Li-Po batteries if the power supply is connected to the charger while the
power supply is not connected to a power source. Doing so will discharge and possibly damage the batteries.
For AC operation, only use an E-fliteВ® 6V power supply with this charger. DO NOT use a 12V power supply or
property damage and injury could occur.
Installing the Flight Battery
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1. Lower the throttle and throttle trim to the lowest settings.
2. Power on the transmitter.
3. Flip the Quad-Copter upside-down and install the battery by sliding it into the battery mounting slot below the
PC Board. Slide the battery into the slots with the label facing upward so that the battery key, molded into the
battery end-cap, comes in contact with the key on the battery slot. (This key indicates the FRONT of the QuadCopter in “+” flight mode).
4.Connect the battery cable to the 4-in-1 control unit.
NOTICE: Do not allow the Quad-Copter to move until the LED on the 4-in-1 control unit is solid blue (not blinking).
CAUTION: Always disconnect the Li-Po battery from the aircraft when not flying to avoid over-
discharging the battery. Batteries discharged to a voltage lower than the lowest approved voltage may
become damaged, resulting in loss of performance and potential fire when batteries are charged.
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Transmitter and Receiver Binding
Binding is the process of programming the receiver of the control unit to recognize the GUID (Globally Unique Identifier) code of a specific transmitter. You need to �bind’ your chosen Spektrum™ or JR® DSM® technology equipped aircraft transmitter to the receiver for proper operation. If you purchased an RTF model,
the transmitter is bound to the model at the factory.
To bind or re-bind your mQX to your chosen transmitter, please follow the directions below.
General Binding Procedure
1. Disconnect the flight battery from the Quad-Copter.
2. Select a clean model memory on your transmitter (computer radios only).
3. Select Acro or Airplane model type on your transmitter
4. Make sure all servo reversing is set to Normal on your transmitter
5. Center all trims and make sure sub-trims are disabled (zeroed) on your transmitter
6. Power off the transmitter and move all switches to the 0 position. Move the throttle to the low/off position.
7. Connect the flight battery in the Quad-Copter. The blue LED on the 4-in-1 control unit flashes after 5
seconds.
8. Put the transmitter into bind mode while powering on the transmitter.
9. Release the bind button/switch after 2–3 seconds. The Quad-Copter is bound when the blue LED on the 4-in-1 control unit is “on” solid.
10. Disconnect the flight battery and power the transmitter off.
NOTICE: Futaba transmitters (equipped with Spektrum modules) may require you to reverse the throttle channel.
MLP4DSM Binding Procedure
1. Disconnect the flight battery from the Quad-Copter.
2. Center all trims on your transmitter. Refer to the transmitter control section for trim instructions.
3. Power off the transmitter and move the throttle stick to the down/off position.
4. Connect the flight battery in the Quad-Copter. The LED on the 4-in-1 Control unit flashes after 5 seconds.
5. Push in and hold down the left stick while powering on the transmitter (you will hear a �click’).
6. Release the left stick. The transmitter will beep and the power LED will blink.
7. The Quad-Copter is bound when the LED on the 4-in-1 control unit is solid blue (not blinking).
8. Disconnect the flight battery and power the transmitter off.
If you encounter problems, obey binding instructions and refer to the troubleshooting guide for other instructions. If needed, contact the appropriate Horizon Product Support office. For a list of compatible DSM
transmitters, please visit www.bindnfly.com.
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Binding for “X” and “+” Flight Configurations
Your mQX comes out of the box in “X” configuration. It is also capable of being flown in “+” configuration, if that is
your preference. To fly the mQX in “+” configuration:
1. Remove the Quad-Copter canopy
2. Turn the canopy counterclockwise 45 degrees (refer to the arrows on the circuit board)
3. Reinstall the canopy on the mounting frame.
The LED status will indicate which mode your Quad-Copter is in. When the LED on the 4-in-1 Control unit is solid, it
is in “X” configuration. If it is blinking rapidly ”(three quick blinks, a short pause and then three more quick blinks,
etc.)”, it is in “+” configuration.
Switching from “X” to “+” requires an extra step during the binding procedure. Failure to follow the additional steps
below will simply leave the mQX in “X” configuration.
“X” Flight
Configuration: B
ind your mQX according to the instructions given in the binding section. Immediately after entering Bind Mode, move the rudder stick fully to the left and hold it there until the Binding process is
complete. This will set the 4-in-1 control unit’s flight mode to “X” configuration. You may find “X”
configuration to be slightly more responsive in flight due to the orientation of the rotors.
“+” Flight
Configuration: B
ind your mQX according to the instructions given above. Immediately after entering Bind Mode,
move the rudder stick fully to the right and hold it there until the Binding process is complete. This
will set the 4-in-1 control unit’s flight mode to “+” configuration.
Attention: If binding is not performed correctly, the mQX will fly in the last mode it was in before the attempted
bind.
Important: Some transmitters will not go into bind mode when rudder is held during power-up. In this situation,
make sure you release the bind button before holding the rudder stick.
Front
(X-Mode)
TIP: To determine the front of your Quad-Copter during flight, change the propellers as needed, according to
illustrations below. Use the white-colored propeller to indicate the front of the “+” and “X” configurations. Install
the black-colored propellers at the other propeller locations.
“+” Flight
Configuration
“X” Flight
Configuration
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Transmitter Control
B
A
H
C
G
F
D
E
When pressed down, trim buttons make a sound that increases or decreases in pitch at each pressing. The middle
or neutral trim position is heard as a middle tone in the pitch range of the sounds. The end of the control range is
sounded by a series of beeps.
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A
B
C
D
E
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G
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Mode 1
Power
LED
Aileron (Left/Right)
Throttle (Up/Down)
Throttle
Trim
Aileron
Trim
ON/OFF
Switch
Rudder
Trim
Elevator
Trim
Rudder (Left/Right)
Elevator (Up/Down)
Mode 2
Power
LED
Aileron (Left/Right)
Elevator (Up/Down)
Elevator
Trim
Aileron
Trim
ON/OFF
Switch
Rudder
Trim
Throttle
Trim
Rudder (Left/Right)
Throttle (Up/Down)
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Transmitter Dual Rates
Your mQX RTF model comes with the Blade MLP4DSM transmitter. This transmitter’s dual rate feature lets the pilot change
between high and low control rates for the aileron, elevator and
rudder channels.
• When powered on, this transmitter is automatically in
high-rate mode.
• Change rate modes by pressing and releasing the right
control stick while the transmitter is powered on.
• Low-rate mode is shown by the transmitter’s LED blinking
continuously. In this mode, the controls cannot reach
their maximum values. This mode is typically preferred by
pilots looking for smoother/easier control response during first time use.
• High-rate mode is shown by the transmitter’s LED glowing solid red. In this mode, the controls can reach
their maximum values. This mode is typically preferred by experienced pilots who are ready for fast forward
flight and aerobatic maneuvers (loops, rolls, etc.).
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Understanding the Primary Flight Controls
If you are not familiar with the controls of your mQX, take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with them before attempting your first flight.
Throttle
Descend
Climb
Throttle up
Throttle down
Rudder
Rudder left
Rudder right
Nose Yaws Right
Nose Yaws Left
Elevator
Left Side View
Elevator down
Left Side View
Forward
Elevator up
Backward
Aileron
Rear View
Aileron left
Rear View
Left
Aileron right
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4-in-1 Control Unit Function
The unique Control Unit installed in your mQX is a lightweight combination of main motor electronic speed controls
(ESCs), mixers, gyros and a DSM2 receiver. The 4-in-1 unit is also equipped with a blue status indicator LED.
• Before each flight, ALWAYS power on the transmitter before connecting the flight battery to the 4-in-1 unit.
After each flight, disconnect the flight battery from the 4-in-1 unit before powering off the transmitter.
Connecting the flight battery before powering on the transmitter can start the binding process. Please see the
Transmitter and Receiver Binding section of this manual for more information.
• The 4-in-1 unit will arm the motors when the throttle stick is in the lowest possible position and the throttle
trim is at the middle or a lower than middle position (the middle position is indicated by a longer than usual
beep/tone). If this is the first test flight, or a test flight following repairs, also center the rudder, aileron and
elevator trims.
• With the transmitter turned on and the transmitter LED glowing solid RED, it is safe to connect the flight battery to the 4-in-1 unit.
• Connect the flight battery to the 4-in-1 unit.
• After the flight battery is connected, the 4-in-1 unit status LED should glow solid BLUE within a few seconds.
DO NOT move, sway or pretend to fly the Quad-Copter after connecting the flight battery. This movement can
stop unit initialization and gyroscope calibration. If the Quad-Copter is moved before the 4-in-1 unit status
LED glows solid BLUE, disconnect then connect the flight battery to the 4-in-1 unit.
• When the 4-in-1 unit status LED glows solid BLUE, the control unit is initialized and ready for flight.
• As long as you set the throttle stick and trim to the correct positions during the initialization process, the ESC
or motors will be armed. Use caution because after arming, propellers will turn at throttle stick input.
Flying the mQX
• After confirming the rotor blades rotate in the correct direction, test the motor response controls.
• Adjust the throttle to a low level of power where the quad-copter begins to get “light” on its landing skids.
• Now move the rudder stick a small amount to the right. The nose of the quad-copter should start to rotate to
the right (clockwise).
• Move the rudder stick a small amount to the left. The nose of the quad-copter should start to rotate to the left
(counter-clockwise). If the nose moves to the right, please refer to the Troubleshooting Guide.
• Move the elevator control stick forward. The two REAR landing skids should lift from the floor
• Move the elevator control stick backward. The two FRONT landing skids should lift from the floor.
• Move the aileron stick right. The two LEFT landing skids should lift from the floor.
• Move the aileron stick left. The two RIGHT landing skids should lift from the floor.
• When rotors turn correctly and respond correctly to controls, your mQX is ready for its first flight!
First Flight
• Increase the throttle until the model is approximately 2 ft. (600mm) off the ground in a low-level hover and
concentrate on balancing the throttle stick’s position so that the mQX holds a steady hover altitude. In some
cases, you may need to make a few short “hops” to an altitude of just a few inches until you become familiar
with the control inputs and trim settings required to maintain a steady hover and altitude.
The mQX requires minor throttle adjustments to maintain its altitude in hover. Remember to keep these throttle
adjustments as minimal as possible as large adjustments could result in a loss of control and/or a possible crash.
• While attempting to establish a low-level hover, you can also check to see if any trim adjustments are
required to help keep the mQX from constantly drifting in various directions. If you find that it constantly drifts
without any directional control input, land the model before making any adjustments to the trim settings. Additional details regarding the location and function of the trim buttons are in the “Understanding the Primary
Flight Controls” section of this manual.
- If the nose of the mQX rotates to the left or right, adjust the rudder trim.
- If the mQX continually drifts forward or backward, adjust the elevator trim.
- If the mQX continually drifts to the left or right, adjust the aileron trim.
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Continue making minor trim adjustments until the machine hovers at a low altitude with very little drifting and
directional control input. If the mQX is your first Quad-Copter-type model, seek the help of an experienced pilot to
trim the model for you before making your first flight.
• With your mQX properly trimmed and maintaining a stable low-level hover, practice using the rudder, elevator
and aileron controls to familiarize yourself with the machine’s responses to control inputs. Remember to keep
the control inputs as minimal as possible.
• When comfortable with low-level hovering, you can transition to hovering and flying the mQX at higher altitudes of three to four feet. At these higher altitudes, you will become comfortable with the flight characteristics of the aircraft.
• Don’t be afraid to set the mQX down on the ground quickly by lowering the throttle when approaching walls
or other obstacles to help prevent propeller strikes.
CAUTION: Always fly the mQX with your back to the sun to prevent loss of flight control.
Once you have gained experience and confidence in hovering the mQX, you can attempt more advanced
maneuvers including:
Forward Flight
Pirouettes
Circuits (Circles)
Backward Flight
Spot Landings
Figure 8s
Skidding Takeoffs
Skidding Landings
Flips and Rolls
TIP: These are all possible with the RTF transmitter. When using a computer transmitter, however, increase the
travel beyond 100% on aileron, elevator or rudder for maximum control authority.
Post-Flight Inspections and Maintenance
Cleaning
Make sure the battery is not connected before cleaning. Remove dust and debris with a soft brush
or a dry, lint-free cloth.
Bearings
Replace bearings when they become notchy (sticky in places when turning) or draggy.
Wiring
Make sure the wiring does not block moving parts. Replace damaged wiring and loose connectors.
Fasteners
Make sure there are no loose screws, other fasteners or connectors. Do not over-tighten metal
screws in plastic parts. Tighten screws so the parts are mated together, then turn screw only 1/8th
of a turn more.
Propellers
Make sure there is no damage to the propeller or other parts that move at high speed. Damage to these parts includes cracks, burrs, chips or scratches. Replace damaged parts before flying.
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Exploded View
Parts Listings
Part #
Description
Part #
Description
A
BLH7501
4-in-1 Control Unit, Rx/ESCs/Mixer/
Gyros: mQX
M
BLH7562
Motor Mount Cover (2): mQX
B
BLH7502
Thruster Boom with Wiring (2): mQX
N
BLH3506
Main Gear: BMSR/X, mCP X, mQX
O
BLH3515,
EFLH2215
Outer Shaft Bearing 3 x 6 x
2mm(2): BMCX/2/MSR/X, FHX, MH-35, MCP X, mQX
P
EFLB
5001S30
500mAh 1-Cell 3.7V 30C Li-Po
BLH3126
JST-RCY to Ultra Micro Battery
Adapter lead
EFLC1005/
UK/EU/AU
AC to 6VDC 1.5-Amp Power Supply
(Based upon your sales region)
EFLH1064/B
MLP4DSM 4CH Transmitter, 2.4GHz
Mode 2
EFLH10641
MLP4DSM 4CH Transmitter, 2.4GHz
Mode 1
EFLC1006
Celectra 1S 3.7v Variable Rate DC
Li-Po Charger
C
BLH7503
Motor with Pinion, Clockwise Rotation: mQX
D
BLH7504
Motor with Pinion, Counterclockwise Rotation: mQX
E
BLH7513
Propeller Shaft, Carbon: mQX
F
BLH7514
Canopy: mQX
G
BLH7520
Propeller, Clockwise Rotation, Black
(2): mQX
H
BLH7521
Propeller, Counterclockwise Rotation, Black (2): mQX
I
BLH7522
Propeller, Clockwise Rotation, White
(2): mQX
J
BLH7523
Propeller, Counterclockwise Rotation, White (2): mQX
K
BLH7539
4-in-1 Control Unit Mounting
Frame: mQX
L
BLH7561
Motor Mount with Landing Skid:
mQX
Optional Parts
Part #
Description
Part #
Description
BLH7520OR
Propeller, Clockwise Rotation, Orange (2): mQX
EFLA243
JST Female Connector with Lead, 20 Gauge (2) by E-flite
BLH7521OR
Propeller, Counterclockwise Rotation,
Orange (2): mQX
DX5e DSMX 5-Channel Transmitter
Only
EFLC3025/
AU/EU/UK
Celectra 80W AC/DC Multi-Chemistry
Battery Charger
(Based upon your sales region)
DX6i DSMX 6-Channel Transmitter Only
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Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
mQX control response is
inconsistent or requires extra
trim to neutralize movement
mQX will not respond to
throttle
mQX does not function and
smells burnt after connecting
the flight battery
mQX has reduced flight time
or is underpowered
LED on receiver flashes
rapidly and aircraft will not
respond to transmitter (during binding)
LED on the receiver flashes
rapidly and the mQX will not
respond to the transmitter
(after binding)
Crashes immediately upon
lift-off
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Possible Cause
Solution
Control trim is not centered
Disconnect the flight battery, center the
control trim and re-initialize the QuadCopter
Throttle too high and/or throttle trim
is too high
Reset controls with the throttle stick and
throttle trim at the lowest setting
mQX moved during initialization
Disconnect the flight battery and reinitialize the mQX while keeping the
Quad-Copter from moving.
Throttle channel is reversed
Disconnect flight battery, reverse the
throttle channel on the transmitter, recconnect flight battery.
Flight battery connected with the
wrong polarity
Replace the 4-in-1 board. Connect the
flight battery noting proper polarity
Flight battery charge is low
Completely recharge the flight battery
Inadequate power to flight battery
charger
Make sure the AC power supply, charger
and adapter cord are connected
Flight battery is damaged
Replace the flight battery and follow the
flight battery instructions
Flight conditions might be too cold
Make sure the battery is warm (room
temperature) before use
Transmitter too near aircraft during
binding process
Power off the transmitter. Move the
transmitter a larger distance from the
aircraft. Disconnect and reconnect the
flight battery to the aircraft. Follow the
binding instructions.
Less than a 5-second wait between
first powering on the transmitter
and connecting the flight battery to
the mQX
Leave the transmitter powered on. Disconnect and reconnect the flight battery
to the mQX
The mQX is bound to a different
model memory (ModelMatchв„ў
transmitters only)
Select the correct model memory on the
transmitter. Disconnect and reconnect
the flight battery to the mQX
Flight battery or transmitter battery
charge is too low
Replace or recharge batteries
Propellers in wrong locations or incorrect flight mode selected
Make necessary adjustments
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Limited Warranty
What this Warranty Covers
HorizonHobby,Inc.(“Horizon”)warrantstotheoriginalpurchaserthattheproductpurchased(the“Product”)willbe
freefromdefectsinmaterialsandworkmanshipatthedate
ofpurchase.
What is Not Covered
This warranty is not transferable and does not cover (i)
cosmetic damage, (ii) damage due to acts of God, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, commercial use, or due
toimproperuse,installation,operationormaintenance,(iii)
modificationofortoanypartoftheProduct,(iv)attempted
servicebyanyoneotherthanaHorizonHobbyauthorized
servicecenter,or(v)ProductsnotpurchasedfromanauthorizedHorizondealer.
OTHERTHANTHE EXPRESSWARRANTYABOVE, HORIZON
MAKESNOOTHERWARRANTYORREPRESENTATION,AND
HEREBY DISCLAIMSANYANDALL IMPLIEDWARRANTIES,
INCLUDING,WITHOUTLIMITATION,THEIMPLIEDWARRANTIESOFNON-INFRINGEMENT,MERCHANTABILITYANDFITNESSFORAPARTICULARPURPOSE.THEPURCHASERACKNOWLEDGESTHATTHEYALONEHAVEDETERMINEDTHAT
THEPRODUCTWILLSUITABLYMEETTHEREQUIREMENTS
OFTHEPURCHASER’SINTENDEDUSE.
Purchaser’s Remedy
Horizon’ssoleobligationandpurchaser’ssoleandexclusive
remedyshallbethatHorizonwill,atitsoption,either(i)service,or(ii)replace,anyProductdeterminedbyHorizontobe
defective.Horizonreservestherighttoinspectanyandall
Product(s)involvedinawarrantyclaim.ServiceorreplacementdecisionsareatthesolediscretionofHorizon.Proof
of purchase is required for all warranty claims. SERVICE
ORREPLACEMENTASPROVIDEDUNDERTHISWARRANTY
ISTHEPURCHASER’SSOLEANDEXCLUSIVEREMEDY.
Limitation of Liability
HORIZON SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF
PROFITSORPRODUCTIONORCOMMERCIALLOSSINANY
WAY, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED
INCONTRACT,WARRANTY,TORT,NEGLIGENCE,STRICTLIABILITYORANYOTHERTHEORYOFLIABILITY,EVENIFHORIZONHASBEENADVISEDOFTHEPOSSIBILITYOFSUCH
DAMAGES.Further,innoeventshalltheliabilityofHorizon
exceedtheindividualpriceoftheProductonwhichliabilityisasserted.AsHorizonhasnocontroloveruse,setup,
finalassembly,modificationormisuse,noliabilityshallbe
assumednoracceptedforanyresultingdamageorinjury.
Bytheactofuse,setuporassembly,theuseracceptsall
resulting liability. If you as the purchaser or user are not
preparedtoaccepttheliabilityassociatedwiththeuseof
the Product, purchaser is advised to return the Product
immediatelyinnewandunusedconditiontotheplaceof
purchase.
Law
ThesetermsaregovernedbyIllinoislaw(withoutregardto
conflictoflawprincipals).Thiswarrantygivesyouspecific
legalrights,andyoumayalsohaveotherrightswhichvary
fromstatetostate.Horizonreservestherighttochangeor
modifythiswarrantyatanytimewithoutnotice.
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WARRANTY SERVICES
Questions, Assistance, and Services
Your local hobby store and/or place of purchase cannot
providewarrantysupportorservice.Onceassembly,setup
oruseoftheProducthasbeenstarted,youmustcontact
your local distributor or Horizon directly. This will enable
Horizontobetteransweryourquestionsandserviceyouin
theeventthatyoumayneedanyassistance.Forquestions
orassistance,pleasedirectyouremailtoproductsupport@
horizonhobby.com,orcall877.504.0233tollfreetospeak
toaProductSupportrepresentative.Youmayalsofindinformationonourwebsiteatwww.horizonhobby.com.
Inspection or Services
If this Product needs to be inspected or serviced, please
use the Horizon Online Service Request submission processfoundonourwebsiteorcallHorizontoobtainaReturn
MerchandiseAuthorization(RMA)number.PacktheProduct
securelyusingashippingcarton.Pleasenotethatoriginal
boxesmaybeincluded,butarenotdesignedtowithstand
the rigors of shipping without additional protection. Ship
viaacarrierthatprovidestrackingandinsuranceforlost
or damaged parcels, as Horizon is not responsible for
merchandise until it arrives and is accepted at our facility.An Online Service Request is available at http://www.
horizonhobby.com under the Support tab. If you do not
haveinternetaccess,pleasecontactHorizonProductSupport to obtain a RMA number along with instructions for
submittingyourproductforservice.WhencallingHorizon,
you will be asked to provide your complete name, street
address,emailaddressandphonenumberwhereyoucan
bereachedduringbusinesshours.Whensendingproduct
intoHorizon,pleaseincludeyourRMAnumber,alistofthe
includeditems,andabriefsummaryoftheproblem.Acopy
ofyouroriginalsalesreceiptmustbeincludedforwarranty
consideration.Besureyourname,address,andRMAnumberareclearlywrittenontheoutsideoftheshippingcarton.
NOTICE: Do not ship LiPo batteries to Horizon. If you
have any issue with a LiPo battery, please contact the
appropriate Horizon Product Support office.
Warranty Requirements
For Warranty consideration, you must include your
original sales receipt verifying the proof-of-purchase
date. Provided warranty conditions have been met, your
Product will be serviced or replaced free of charge. Serviceorreplacementdecisionsareatthesolediscretionof
Horizon.
Non-Warranty Service
Should your service not be covered by warranty service will be completed and payment will be required
without notification or estimate of the expense unless
the expense exceeds 50% of the retail purchase cost.
Bysubmittingtheitemforserviceyouareagreeingtopaymentoftheservicewithoutnotification.Serviceestimates
areavailableuponrequest.Youmustincludethisrequest
withyouritemsubmittedforservice.Non-warrantyservice
estimateswillbebilledaminimumofВЅhouroflabor.In
additionyouwillbebilledforreturnfreight.Horizonaccepts
moneyordersandcashierschecks,aswellasVisa,MasterCard,AmericanExpress,andDiscovercards.Bysubmitting
any item to Horizon for service, you are agreeing to Horizon’sTermsandConditionsfoundonourwebsitehttp://
www.horizonhobby.com/Service/Request/.
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FCC Information
Thisdevicecomplieswithpart15oftheFCCrules.Operationissubjecttothefollowingtwoconditions:(1)This
devicemaynotcauseharmfulinterference,and(2)thisdevicemustacceptanyinterferencereceived,including
interferencethatmaycauseundesiredoperation.
CAUTION:Changesormodificationsnotexpresslyapprovedbythepartyresponsibleforcompliancecould
voidtheuser’sauthoritytooperatetheequipment.
Thisproductcontainsaradiotransmitterwithwirelesstechnologywhichhasbeentestedandfoundtobe
compliantwiththeapplicableregulationsgoverningaradiotransmitterinthe2.400GHzto2.4835GHzfrequency
range.
Compliance Information for the European Union
Declaration of Conformity
Declaration of Conformity
(inaccordancewithISO/IEC17050-1)
(inaccordancewithISO/IEC17050-1)
No.HH2011110301
Product(s): BlademQXRTF
Product(s): BlademQXBNF
ItemNumber(s):
BLH7500
ItemNumber(s):
BLH7580
Equipmentclass:
1
Equipmentclass:
1
Theobjectofdeclarationdescribedaboveisinconformity
withtherequirementsofthespecificationslistedbelow,
followingtheprovisionsoftheEuropeanR&TTEDirective
1999/5/ECandEMCDirective2004/108/EC:
Theobjectofdeclarationdescribedaboveisinconformitywiththerequirementsofthespecificationslisted
below,followingtheprovisionsoftheEuropeanR&TTE
Directive1999/5/ECandEMCDirective2004/108/EC:
EN 301 489-1 V1.7.1: 2006
EN 301 489-17 V1.3.2: 2008
EN 300-328 V1.7.1
EN 301 489-1 V1.7.1: 2006
EN 301 489-17 V1.3.2: 2008
EN 60950-1:2006+A11
EN55022: 2006+A1:2007
EN55024: 1998+A1: 2001+A2: 2003
EN61000-3-2:2006+A1:2009+A2:2009
EN61000-3-3:2008
EN55022: 2006,
EN55024: 1998+A1: 2001+A2: 2003
EN61000-3-2:2006+A1:2009+A2:2009
EN61000-3-3:2008
Signedforandonbehalfof:
HorizonHobby,Inc.
Champaign,ILUSA
October29,2011
Signedforandonbehalfof:
HorizonHobby,Inc.
Champaign,ILUSA
November3,2011
StevenA.Hall
VicePresident
InternationalOperationsandRiskManagement
HorizonHobby,Inc.
StevenA.Hall
VicePresident
InternationalOperationsandRiskManagement
HorizonHobby,Inc.
Instructions for disposal of WEEE by users in the European Union
Thisproductmustnotbedisposedofwithotherwaste.Instead,itistheuser’sresponsibilitytodispose
oftheirwasteequipmentbyhandingitovertoadesignatedcollectionspointfortherecyclingofwaste
electricalandelectronicequipment.Theseparatecollectionandrecyclingofyourwasteequipmentat
thetimeofdisposalwillhelptoconservenaturalresourcesandmakesurethatitisrecycledinamanner
thatprotectshumanhealthandtheenvironment.Formoreinformationaboutwhereyoucandropoffyour
wasteequipmentforrecycling,pleasecontactyourlocalcityoffice,yourhouseholdwastedisposalservice
orwhereyoupurchasedtheproduct.
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EN
В©2011HorizonHobby,Inc
Blade,E-flite,Celectra,Bind-N-Fly,DSM,DSM2JRandModelMatcharetrademarksorregisteredtrademarksofHorizonHobby,Inc.
DSMXisatrademarkofHorizonHobby,Inc.,registeredintheU.S.
TheSpektrumtrademarkisusedwithpermissionofBachmannIndustries,Inc.
US7,391,320Otherpatentspending.
FutabaisaregisteredtrademarkofFutabaDenshiKogyoKabushikiKaishaCorporationofJapan
Created11/1134513BLH7500/BLH7580
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